Brahms: The Boy 2 – Review

If there is any genre in film that is plagued with unnecessary and terrible sequels its horror. Just look at how many franchises have been

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Gretel and Hansel – Review

It’s always appealing to me when a filmmaker sets out to do something unique knowing it will more than likely be polarizing. It fascinates me

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The Gentlemen – Review

Guy Ritchie and gangster films are a classic combination in the vein of peanut butter and jelly, or toast and Vegemite if that’s more your

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Underwater – Review

There is something about the depths of the ocean that gives me the heeby jeebies. With films like Alien we can take solace in the

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1917 – Review

It’s odd how we have kind of neglected World War I in film. There certainly have been films that cover this era, but nowhere near

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Cats – Review

I guess its best that I’m up front as I begin this review. I’m a theatre nerd who’s never been a fan of Andrew Lloyd

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Uncut Gems – Review

Uncut Gems is a pulsating, heart attack of a movie. There were multiple times I was so nervous, I couldn’t look at the screen. The movie’s

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